February 18, 2016 - 2:57 PM
KAMLOOPS - Thursdays at the Kamloops Art Gallery will continue to be free, thanks to continued support from BCLC.
“Having BCLC support us this way has been a terrific boon for our community. This is a time when many students and families visit us and people who may be unsure about what we offer. Free Thursdays gives them a chance to explore and realize we are a place worth visiting,” says Margaret Chrumka, Acting Executive Director. “We see art as an essential part of the human condition, it connects us, challenges us, makes us ask questions and brings ideas to mind. BCLC’s support ensures everyone has the opportunity to visit and engage with our exhibitions.”
The current exhibitions include work on loan from the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Out of Sight brings historical photographs by Edweard Muybridge and Harold Edgerton to Kamloops along sideMidnight Sun Camera Obscura which presents work by artists who explore new possibilities of early camera obscura technology.
Faculty from Thompson Rivers University visual arts department participate in this exhibition along with students who have work on exhibition as part of Live Stream: Optical Rendering in The Cube.
These exhibitions continue until mid-March and are free admission on Thursdays thanks to BCLC.
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